How do I access student reports?
Student performance data in the classroom report allows teachers to view student progress data within a particular course, with granularity ranging from the entire course to individual items in an assessment or a collection. Teachers can view data for the entire class at a glance as well as drill-down to see how individual students progress through the course.
As your students study a course, the Leaning Navigator pays attention to certain things:
Pacing - Ever wondered how long it takes your students to get through a lesson? There’s a data point for that! How long your assessments take? Yep! How much time it takes to puzzle out the answer to a particular question? That too!
Responses and scores. When students answer question items, either in a collection or as part of an assessment, you’ll be able to see what their response was and how they did.
Attempts/Views - Students get a first chance, and a second, and a third… After studying a collection, students can come back and study it all over again. The Learning Navigator keeps track of how students study each time they view a collection. The same goes for assessments: students can try an assessment several times based on the settings you choose, and you’ll be able to see how they did on their first attempt and all subsequent attempts as well.
Emoticons - Students can note how they are feeling about resources and questions in collections and assessments, and you can see their responses when viewing their data.
1. Click on the Students tab.
2. The student information table is displayed. You can view student performance, proficiency, current studying location, and competency report. You can also unenroll students from the class. Click on a student score of any student.
3. The score in the heading is the student’s average score in the course. Below the heading are the student’s scores in each unit. Click on any unit.
4. The score in the heading is the student’s average score in the unit. Below the heading are the student’s scores in each lesson. Click on any lesson.
5. The score in the heading is the student’s average score in the lesson. Below the heading are the student’s scores in each assessment or the time spent they spent studying in each collection. Click on any assessment or collection.
6. The Summary Report is displayed. The Assessment Summary Report displays the student’s answer to each question in the assessment whereas the Collection Summary Report displays the amount of time the student spent studying each resource.
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